Ganga Giri is world music with didgeridoo.
Ganga Giri is world music with didgeridoo.

Can doo band

With a didgeridoo virtuoso and world electronic fusion band Ganga Giri (also the name of the didgeridoo performer) is back to their old stomping ground to play a gig at funky Coorabell Hall on Friday, February 24. It's been a while since the band performed on the North Coast.

Ganga Giri have recently returned from a global tour that saw the band tour Canada performing at some of the largest blues and roots festivals, and a three-month tour of the USA with performances at the Burning Man Festival in the Nevada Desert and sold-out shows in Hawaii.

Ganga Giri's latest album is Good Voodoo and it draws inspiration from all parts of the globe.

"I like to bring people together to celebrate," Ganga said. "I see myself more now as a producer and community builder. It's not just about me playing didgeridoo anymore but more about directing a multicultural musical platform."

Tickets are $17 from www.kupromotions.com.au, Mullum Books, and Byron Music. Or $20 at the door. The rhythms start at 8pm.


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